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Visit to the Secondary School Bedekovčina

(Bedekovčina, February 4, 2014)

Report of 1. Meeting in student exchange in project: Volunteerism as a way of living and thinking 

     Present participants:

Secondary School Bedekovčina
1. Lucija Meštrović
2. Marko Čanadi
3. Magdalena Horvat
   Mentor tatjana Papst
 
School for Nursing Vrapče
1. Lucija Rogić
2. Ramona Horvat
3. Ante Ključević
   Mentor Mirjana Kozina
School for Nursing Mlinarska:
1. Ana Jurec
2. Tanja Vrščak
   Mentor Elvira Tahiri
 

Secondary Medical School Novo Mesto:
1. Iza Gračan
2. Janja Blatnik
3. Tamara Krnc
   Mentor Mojca Simončić
 

Plan of work:

10.00 – arrival of participants, welcoming and getting to know each other
10.30 – introduction and overview of planned tasks, discussion, suggestions and ideas, specifications and division of tasks
11.00 – 12.00
work in groups – What we will do and how (ways of communication)
(3 groups – in each group one student from each school)
Group 1.
Term and definition of volunteerism
Possibilities for volunteer work in highschool age
Group 2.
Present volunteer experience
Research benefits of volunteerism for individuals (personal and professional) and community
Group 3.
Research part - examine the general attitudes of medical school students about volunteering
12.00 – 12.30 –
conclusions and suggestions for common voluntary action of all partner schools
12.45 –
lunch and break
13.30 –
agreement about further activities
14.00 – 15.00 –
closing and participants leaving 

Conclusions of 1st Meeting students in exchange (Project Volunteerism as a way of living and thinking)

  1.   Students and mentors participants of project will exchange materials on 4 topics – tasks of project on the Facebook:
       • Explaine term and definition of volunteerism
       • Analyse possibilities for volunteer work in highschool age
       • Present volunteer experience
       • Research and present benefits of volunteerism for individuals (personal and professional) and communitiy and also exchange ideas about organizing and carrying out common voluntary action of all partner schools at the final Meeting E-medica and share tasks in Research part – questionnaire about general attitudes of medical school students about volunteering
  2. Ana Jurec has to make a group on Facebook which will include all participants except prof. Elvire Tahiri 
  3. Students and mentor of Medical school Beograd who are not present on 1.Meeting will be also included to FB group and we'll send them report and conclusions  
  4. Ideas for voluntary action on the final meeting E-medica were:
    - Helping some elementary school in the place of final meeting E-medica (find out what they need)
    - Workshop with school pupils (decorating some place in the school or some craft techniques)
    - Ecological action
    It was agreed to contact Associations and school in Tuhelj to get information what is most needed.
     
  5. School for nurses Vrapče will finish questionnaire, examined by students on the Meeting  
  6. The questionnaire will be converted to electronic by students and mentor of Haighschool Bedekovčina. They will send a link to all school to fill it by selected students (sample we will agree afterwards) 
  7. Possible new date for 2.Meeting is 24th of April 2014 in the Medical school Novom Mestu 
  8. In communication on FB students and mentors will exchange ideas about presentation project results on the final meeting E-medica. They will also study new presentation tools (Prezi)

Project mentor:
Tatjana Papst  


    
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